All new cars in GTA Online's Los Santos Tuners update

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Dot Esports 20 July, 2021 - 10:17am 12 views

When is the GTA Summer Update 2021?

The GTA Online summer update is available right now. Rockstar shared an official blog post on 20th July 2021, in the early afternoon from a UK perspective, declaring that the Los Santos Tuners content is “out now”. You should be able to hop onto your gaming platform of choice and download it whenever you're ready. Radio TimesGTA Online summer update patch notes: Los Santos Tuners release date brings major changes

Grand Theft Auto Online is usually about causing mayhem and shooting guns. But Los Santos Tuners, its latest expansion, is all about cars.

The new expansion added 10 new vehicles when it launched, but there are seven more on the way at later dates. And that’s not all.

The new update brings the Los Santos Car Meet, a space for gearheads to tune their cars and test drive some of the fastest rides in GTA Online. Buying a spot as a member of the meet costs $50,000, but it’s well worth it. It comes with a series of benefits, but the most important might be the Test Track, a controlled environment where players can drive without interference from cops, pedestrians, or even other players.

If you have the cash for it, Los Santos Tuners also lets you buy your very own Auto Shop, coupled with rotating missions that feel like mini-heists and come with a relatively big payoff.

Here are the first cars to reach Los Santos with the new update. This list takes into account the base price, but all vehicles have a special Trade Price that you can unlock by raising your reputation with the LS Car Meet.

Rockstar hasn’t yet revealed details about the next seven cars or when they’ll be released in GTA Online. But the 10 cars in Los Santos Tuners can already keep players busy until more rides come to the city.

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All the GTA Online media stick locations

PC Gamer 20 July, 2021 - 10:52am

Find media sticks scattered around Los Santos to upgrade your in-car audio.

Finding the various GTA Online media sticks locations will be essential if you care about the sounds competing with your car's screeching tyres as you bomb around Los Santos. You're already spoiled for choice when it comes to radio stations in the game, but now you have the chance to collect even more tracks, without spending any of your hard-earned GTA Online money.

This is available right after you download the new GTA Online Los Santos Tuners update, which also includes ten new cars—with seven more on the way—and the LS Car Meet, a virtual space in which we can get together, flaunt our favourite vehicles, and race. If you want to give that a go, here's where to find it in Cypress Flats.

But if you're keen to develop your in-game music library first, here's what you need to know about the GTA Online media player, and how to find four media sticks for it.

You'll have access to the media player as soon as you log in after downloading the Tuners update. You can see it in your radio station wheel, but it'll be toggled off until you find your first stick. Here's the in-game message you get:

That said, if you're disappointed with just the four new bits of music from the game's new CircoLoco label, remember that you can play your own music in-game anyway with the Self Radio custom station—if you're playing on PC.

So far it looks like there are only four of this new type of collectable to find, which is certainly less than Rockstar's other fiendish scavenger hunts, like the broken radio antennas or movie props. You do get a t-shirt and an extra mix if you collect all four, at least: the CLR Launch Party mix. Helpfully, if you're using a controller, it pulses as you're approaching a media stick. If more are discovered, I'll update this page.

It's also worth mentioning that you may need to own the Arcade and Nightclub businesses to get all four sticks, although you'll likely have the latter already as you'll have needed it to take part in the casino heist. I don't know if you can just visit another player's Arcade and Nightclub, but if not, you'll need to grind those GTA dollars to acquire these relatively expensive assets.

Either way, here are the four GTA media stick locations we know about so far (with images for each above):

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